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Crossonian Issue 2

Crossonian Issue 2

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Published by: Alison Albrecht Anderson on Dec 05, 2012
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The Crossonian
Issue #2 11/30/12
Principal’s Corner 
 
Thanksgiving break was preceded by the Jog-a-thon and what a fantastic event that was!! I was proudto see all of the students work so hard on behalf of theirschool. It was wonderful to see all the studentssupporting each other in their efforts. The 8th gradersdid a great job cheering the younger students and it wastouching to see the 7th graders with their signs rootingon their kindergarten buddies!! I pray everyone had awonderfully relaxing break! I am thankful for having anopportunity to work at such a fine school with amazing
 
School News
By Emily Humes
Good job everyone! We had a great Jog-a-thon.Remember that all pledge money is due December 3rd. Goodluck to you and your class.Congratulations to Emma Smith in the 4th grade, whowon the Christmas card contest for Catholic Charities! Great job, Emma!We collected 1,500 pounds of food for our school
s food
drive. We didn’t reach our goal, but we still raised plenty of 
food for the families who needed it.
D
ecember Birthdays
Jordyn Mayer 12/3
 
Maria Thacker 12/3Paddy Maresh 12/4Anna Campbell 12/5Zachary Hafer 12/5Genesis Gomez 12/7Olani Tolla 12/7Yair Gomez-Hernandez 12/7Alina Martinez 12/8Marie Langlois 12/9Max Johnson 12/15Raymond Nelson 12/15Tessa Johnson 12/16Canaan Tolla 12/17James Laverdure 12/25Aiden Illias 12/26Sophia Ell 12/26Sydney Caleen 12/26Antonio Jozin 12/27Evan Felix 12/28Ms. Levin 12/29
 
 
K-4 Classroom Catch-Up
By Jacob Lopez & MarcialVelazquez
Kindergarten- Thekindergarteners are learningabout trees, Advent, and livingthings.1
st
- The first grade led theirfirst school Mass. They are alsopreparing for Advent, and doingexperiments with solids.2
nd
- The second grade ispreparing for Reconciliation,taking a math place value test,and they are learning thedifference between fiction andnonfiction.3
rd
 
 –
The third grade is practicing
for a “Squanto’s Thanksgiving”
skit.4
th
- The fourth grade is starting
on a novel study, “The BestChristmas Pageant Ever”.
 
 
5-8 Classroom Catch-Up
5
th
- The fifth grade is learningabout Advent, and makingAdvent calendars.6
th
- The sixth grade is reading
many of Gary Paulson’s books.
7
th
- The seventh grade is going
to Providence Fragile Children’s
Center.8
th
- The eighth grade is learningabout chemical reactions inscience.
 
Teacher Interview
By Nissa Jensen
Our second interview of this month was with Mrs. Anderson. She has alwaysloved computers ever since she was a little girl. Her favorite computer game wasThe Oregon Trail. Mrs. Anderson went to college at Marquette, and her favoritething about teaching computer class is that she gets to see every grade each week.When she first came to Portland, Holy Cross was the first church she attended.
Then, Ms. Meyer’s position opened up! Her favorite app is IMovie and some wordsof wisdom now: “Always create a strong password.” –
Mrs. Anderson. Thank you!
 
Student Interview
By Jordyn Mayer & Loise Velazquez
For this issue of the Crossonian, we interviewed Isaac Martin in the 7
th
grade.
Isaac’s favorite color is blue. His favorite thing to do at Holy
Cross is recess, and his
best subject is math. He has a dog named Stella. Isaac’s favorite sport to play is
soccer and his favorite food is corn on the cob. Thank you for letting us interviewyou, Isaac!
Snapple Facts & Jokes
By Ian Legge
Elephants are capable of swimming upto 20 miles per day!
Q: What do you call cheese that’s not
yours?A: Nacho cheese!

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